THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO THOMAS JEFFERSON, CHARLES DICKENS & COUNT LEO TOLSTOY: DISCORD (Lantern Theater Company): Locked in limbo with literati
The Lantern team transforms an essentially all-talk playscript into an engaging, living piece of theater.
Brian Friel the Irish Chekhov.
A great play for history buffs and hibernophiles.
Although her name may not sound immediately familiar, Quincy Tyler Bernstine has been a force in theater for nearly two decades.
If you like your gay stories trite and tragic, this is the play for you.
It’s been a banner month for local playwright Jacqueline Goldfinger.
The small cast at Curio Theatre play multiple roles in THE MASSIVE TRAGEDY OF MADAME BOVARY, a dramatization of Gustave Flaubert’s novel (read the Phindie review). Aetna Gallagher, Andrew Blasenak,…
“It doesn’t take a man to play the role of Bottom,” says veteran actor Susan Wefel, who is playing one of Shakespeare’s most ridiculous fools. “It can be a woman.”
Jarran Muse talks to Phindie about preparing for his role as Marvin Gaye.
The company has gone through drastic changes since last season, some of which may have come with sorrow. Still they never stopped their devotion to ballet and to the Philadelphia art community.
A remarkable play navigating the deep waters of philosophy and the shallow waters of adults wearing animal costumes.
With support from the Public Citizens for Children’s Picasso Project + Youth and the Curtis Institute of Music’s ArtistYear Fellowship Program, the arts are once again being revived in Philadelphia’s public school district.
A provocative and dismaying story, conveyed through complex characters rather than through statistics and theories